With the increasing voter turnout, greater benefits are possible for women in these states. The study used state-wise elections across 50 years to understand the implications for women candidates. Data also shows a significant increase in female representation from the 1 st Lok Sabha to the 15 th. Though lowering the entry cost of a female candidate will help create a pipeline of women leaders, which can lead to a larger proportion of women leaders in the future. This can be interpreted as the women from more developed states choosing to seek representation through voting. Once in power, the victorious party announced a slew of schemes targeted at the women including the popular Mukhyamantri Nari Shakti Yojana MNSY which seeks to empower women by allowing easier access to financial support for livelihood activities. The results point towards greater number of women candidates from the states that report a skewed sex ratio towards women. Hamilton and Kristina Spohr
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